PBS' child-killing propaganda

by Molotov Mitchell -- [ooyala code="RwbWwxcDrCevxQBJ3_IVgy7T-dWAXMVc" player_id="29c9fd42b6564348812f1c7d4ff9252d"] Watch Molotov Mitchell and his sidekick, Constitution Kate, in an extended version of his "For the Record" series called "I'm Not Crazy" as they take more…

The dark side of the Ice Bucket Challenge

by Selena Owens -- I'm not one to get all crazy about latest fads, especially ones that call for being doused in frigid ice water. Concerning the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (IBC), more…

When strong words came with strong deeds

by Barry Farber -- Water power gets all the credit, but word power does the same kind of job. Water can unleash the forces of nature. Words can unleash the forces of more…

Charles Darwin and World War I

by Jerry Newcombe -- Quick quiz: What started World War I? An anarchist in Serbia shot and killed a visiting Austrian leader. But why would that shooting trigger the killing of millions, more…

Jim Crow is alive and well

by Nat Hentoff -- In the op-ed "Black Town, White Power" by Jeff Smith (New York Times, Aug. 18), we learn that, since 2010, the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson is 67 more…

Why don't gays pay more for insurance?

by Walter Williams -- There are things that really puzzle me. Some life insurance companies charge lower premiums if you haven't made a life-shortening lifestyle choice. Being a nonsmoker is one of more…

Let markets and property protect nature

by John Stossel -- Last week I said the Environmental Protection Agency has become a monster that does more harm than good. But logical people say, "What else we got?" It's natural more…

Behind the sinking of the Lusitania

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- About how America became involved in certain wars, many conspiracy theories have been advanced – and some have been proved correct. When James K. Polk got his declaration more…